There are so many types and styles of fencing and fencing materials. Trying to decide which is best for your yard is a bit of a head-scratcher, since what you really want is more privacy and security in your own yard, and almost all fences do that. Yet, there is one type of fencing that really rounds up the perks of having a fence, and makes it all worthwhile. Vinyl fencing is what you want, and the following perks prove it.
Lots of Privacy Without Compromising Style
Vinyl fences come in six and eight feet widths, and six to eight feet high heights. You can get any number of styles, and even a few select colors, if you want to match the fencing to your home's exterior siding. There are numerous decorative touches to panels that allow you to style your fence as you please, too. Most people opt for the white fencing that completely obscures the view of any neighbor on the first floor of any home around you.
White is preferred because you can paint it if you want, and the obscurity of these panels is preferred because no one on either side of the fence can look directly into the other person's home on the first floor or from the first floor of their home. If you add motion sensor post cap lights (lights that attach to the tops of the posts and turn on when they detect motion), then you also get an idea of who might be trying to wander too close to your yard and fence.
Who has time to scrape, repair, and/or repaint a fence every year? Not many people do. A super-low maintenance fence, then, is the ideal. That is exactly what vinyl fencing delivers; virtually no maintenance all year round unless someone vandalizes it or hits it with a vehicle.
Wood does not last. Chain link eventually rusts, plus there is that zero privacy issue. Brick eventually crumbles, and it takes forever to build and repair. Vinyl has none of those issues. It is extremely durable, it holds up under any weather condition, it keeps a nice straight line around your property, and with the way that vinyl fencing is now manufactured, it will never crack or fade either. You can buy panels, posts, concrete, and accessories at any home improvement or hardware store, and install a new fence today.